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Old 12-27-2006
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Win32_Tpm class
I am trying to do some testing with WMI scripting of the TPM. There are a
few resources, but none with concrete code samples, and I am having a problem
with the scripts I've tried using the Win32_Tpm class. My instances of the
Win32_Tpm class are always null. Finally I broke down and simply tried to
find the class, and I cannot even do that. I used the following script:
======================================
strComputer = "."
strNamespace = "\root"

Set objSWbemServices = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & strNamespace)

Set colClasses = objSWbemServices.SubClassesOf()
For Each objClass in colClasses
Wscript.Echo objClass.Path_.Path
Next
======================================

I ran the script and piped it to -> findstr /I "Win32_Tpm" but nothing was
returned. It seems like the Win32_Tpm class is missing entirely, but that
can't be right can it? This is a fresh install of Windows Vista 64-bit (the
latest from the MSDN), I am logged into an account that is in the
Administrators group, and I am puzzled.

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Old 01-01-2007
Jamie Hunter [MS]
 

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Re: Win32_Tpm class
Hi Dan, did you look at the "manage-bde.wsf" script? This uses the Win32_Tpm
class and is a good reference sample.
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Jamie Hunter [MS]

"Dan" <Dan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:70F38274-C55E-427D-937E-4BDB518457F1@microsoft.com...
>I am trying to do some testing with WMI scripting of the TPM. There are a
> few resources, but none with concrete code samples, and I am having a
> problem
> with the scripts I've tried using the Win32_Tpm class. My instances of
> the
> Win32_Tpm class are always null. Finally I broke down and simply tried to
> find the class, and I cannot even do that. I used the following script:
> ======================================
> strComputer = "."
> strNamespace = "\root"
>
> Set objSWbemServices = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer &
> strNamespace)
>
> Set colClasses = objSWbemServices.SubClassesOf()
> For Each objClass in colClasses
> Wscript.Echo objClass.Path_.Path
> Next
> ======================================
>
> I ran the script and piped it to -> findstr /I "Win32_Tpm" but nothing was
> returned. It seems like the Win32_Tpm class is missing entirely, but that
> can't be right can it? This is a fresh install of Windows Vista 64-bit
> (the
> latest from the MSDN), I am logged into an account that is in the
> Administrators group, and I am puzzled.
>
> Thanks


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